Tag Archives: Andrew Wyeth

Four Seasons

Good quality prints of Andrew Wyeth’s works are not too difficult to find if you’re not constrained by a limited budget – for the rest of us, there is Four Seasons. Released over 50 years ago, the collection of reproductions span a little over 20 years of Wyeth’s art up until the early sixties. From [...]

Posted in Culture | Tagged

Fall Inspirations from Andrew Wyeth

Maine Door (Siri’s Pumpkin)

Posted in Culture | Also tagged , |

Snow Landscapes by Andrew Wyeth

“I prefer winter and fall, when you feel the bone structure of the landscape – the loneliness of it, the dead feeling of winter. Something waits beneath it, the whole story doesn’t show.” – Andrew Wyeth The Granary, 1961. Watercolor.

Posted in Culture | Tagged

Andrew Wyeth

I was just recently introduced to the artwork of Andrew Wyeth when a few pieces from a private collection were on display at the Seattle Art Museum. I had originally gone to see the Michelangelo exhibit (which turned out to be a bit boring), but the cost of the ticket was redeemed when I came [...]

Posted in Culture | Tagged